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The 10 Coolest Network Security Products Of 2016 (So Far)

Legacy security vendors and startups alike are looking to step up their game when it comes to network security. Here are 10 that stood out in the year so far.

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PAN-OS 7.1

Palo Alto Networks rolled out enhancements to its platform in April, adding new features around cloud and application security in the PAN-OS 7.1 launch. The new Software-as-a-Service security systems provide companies with better visibility, policy and management enforcement, and data flow through the company's Aperture solution. In particular, Palo Alto Networks extended its capabilities for Office 365, allowing for partners and clients to extend policies to securely enable Office 365 deployments. Palo Alto Network also boosted its cloud capabilities with the release, extending support to Microsoft Azure and Hyper-V and enhancing support for AWS. The company also extended Autofocus integrations into the Panorama management platform, increasing correlation between WildFire, AutoFocus and PAN-DB. Finally, Palo Alto Networks added new user credential security features, providing two-factor authentication in GlobalProtect mobile security and helping prevent phishing attacks through WildFire and PAN-DB.

 
 
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